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Utah Transit Authority announces new distance-based fare

Live close to BYU and need a ride? Try UTA's new distance-pbased fare.

UTA is beta-testing a new distance-based fare (DBF) pass exclusively for BYU students, faculty and staff. The DBF pass lets you ride UTA bus routes 830, 832 and 835 everywhere they go, for just $0.50 a mile.  Just tap the pass when you board and exit the bus, and it will do the rest. The pass is electronic and calculates the geographic distance you travel and deducts the right amount from your account.* You can reload funds and manage your account online at farepay.rideuta.com

If you are interested in participating in the beta test, purchase a UTA DBF pass at the Information Desk in the Wilkinson Student Center (WSC) or at One Stop in the Administration Building (ASB). If you have questions or comments about the DBF beta test, send an email to UTAbeta@rideuta.com or visit www.rideuta.com/byubeta 

*Tapping your DBF pass when you exit the bus is necessary to be accurately charged for distance traveled. Total one-way charges are capped at $2.50. Failure to tap off when exiting will result in a $2.50 one-way charge.

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